INDIANAPOLIS — The Jeffersonville wrestling team started its season with a fourth-place finish in the Capital City Classic at Perry Meridian on Saturday.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Behind Nan Garcia, some more solid 3-point shooting and some pesky perimeter defense, the Jeffersonville Red Devils rolled to a 22-point win Friday night.
NEW WASHINGTON — In a game of long lulls and scoring droughts, the final 1.5 seconds were the most thrilling of the night as Henryville’s last shot was stifled by New Washington’s defense and the Mustangs held on for a 36-35 win Friday in both teams’ Southern Athletic Conference opener.
HUNTINGTON — The IU Southeast women’s basketball team used stifling defense and a strong second half offensively to defeat Spring Arbor (Mich.) 60-32 on Friday.
CORYDON — Peyton Crace’s two free throws with 5 seconds left lifted Charlestown to a 41-39 Mid-Southern Conference win at Corydon Central on Friday night.
On Saturday, when Purdue hosts Wisconsin at Ross-Ade Stadium, the Boilermakers (5-5, 4-3 Big Ten) will celebrate their seniors. There will be balloons. Applause. Smiles. And probably tears.
BLOOMINGTON — Romeo Langford is only three games into his college career at Indiana, but it may not be too early to think that he could be on his way to one of the best freshman seasons in the history of the storied program.
Atlanta Falcons cornerback Jalen Collins (32) celebrates his interception for a touchback against the New Orleans Saints during the second half Jan. 1, 2017, in Atlanta. Collins was signed to the Indianapolis Colts' practice squad Thursday.
FLOYDS KNOBS — Floyd Central dug an early hole it just couldn’t get out of and fell 42-31 to Scottsburg on Thursday night at Joe Hinton Court.
On Monday, Purdue football coach Jeff Brohm called the speculation he’ll replace Bobby Petrino as Louisville’s head coach “noise.” Thursday, an Indianapolis radio personality turned up the volume a little more.
Wednesday was National Signing Day, when high school senior student-athletes across the country put pen to paper and solidify their college choices with their signatures.
Romeo Langford continued to be as good as advertised Wednesday night against Marquette. But once again, his true freshman counterpart Rob Phinisee proved to be a catalyst for the Hoosiers on both ends of the floor.
BLOOMINGTON — It may be a little early for a coming out party for a young Indiana University basketball team, but Wednesday night was certainly a step in the right direction.
The question clearly stumped Frank Reich. He paused to buy a little time and then began a carefully worded response. But it was clear he was improvising. In fairness, it was a tough one.
WEST LAFAYETTE — It's almost as if a boarding pass and passport have been prerequisites to gain entry to Purdue’s locker room lately, with a mix of players from different states and often different countries. There’s Carsen Edwards from Texas. Matt Haarms from The Netherlands. Emmanuel Dowuona from Ghana. The list goes on.
CLARKSVILLE — Thanks to some torrid shooting from Tori Handley in the first half and Kiersten Poor in the second, Jeffersonville bounced back from its first loss in a big way.
A year ago, the Indiana University men’s soccer team earned the No. 2 seed overall in the NCAA Tournament and made it to the national championship game before losing to Stanford 1-0 in double overtime.
Indiana has been lucky this season to have several playmakers in the wide receiver corps, but the Hoosiers have been playing the last few games without one of their most dynamic standouts.
When Louisville fired Bobby Petrino on Sunday, all eyes naturally shifted three hours up Interstate 65 to West Lafayette, where Purdue coach and former U of L quarterback Jeff Brohm has become the obvious target for the opening.
RAMSEY — Saturday night wasn’t about winning or losing for Charlestown coach Scott Matthews and his team. It was about putting out an effort to honor one of its former coaches.
Indiana needed a win Saturday against Maryland to stay in the hunt for bowl eligibility. IU’s 34-32 win over the Terrapins did just that.
Louisville has fired coach Bobby Petrino with two games left in a spiraling season that includes five blowout losses in which the Cardinals allowed at least 50 points
SELLERSBURG — A night after its first loss — a 40-38 heartbreaker at Seymour — Silver Creek rebounded for its first win over New Albany in over 20 years.
Purdue was well aware of what Ball State was capable of. In the days leading up to the matchup at Mackey Arena, players and coaches discussed how the Cardinals went on the road last year and upset No. 9 Notre Dame.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Led by Alyssa Miller and Sydney Flora, who had four wins apiece, Jeffersonville defeated visiting Bedford North Lawrence 119-57 in its season opener Saturday.
KOKOMO — IU Southeast dropped a five-set thriller to No. 1 seed IU Kokomo in the semifinals of the River States Conference Championship on Saturday. The Cougars defeated the Grenadiers 23-25, 25-21, 25-16, 19-25, 15-11.
This season, Purdue shocked the college football world with three wins over ranked teams. To anyone watching, the results proved without a doubt the Boilermakers can compete with anyone.
Tom Allen changed his approach from his first season as Indiana's football head coach a year ago to the way he handled a certain situation this season.
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